Drexel at BCC offers upper-division courses leading to the bachelor of science
degree. After you complete 24 credits
of coursework at any regionally accredited college or university, you are
eligible to apply to Drexel at BCC. Once you have completed all 100- and 200-level
courses and any prerequisites required by your intended Drexel major, you
may enroll in Drexel courses at BCC to complete your bachelor's degree. This
is a convenient and cost effective way to attain a prestigious Drexel diploma — you
can meet the enrollment requirements at BCC or any regionally accredited institution,
and then complete your studies on BCC's Mt. Laurel campus taking the same courses
offered on Drexel's other campuses and studying with Drexel faculty.
Drexel's academic calendar is based on a quarter system, rather than the traditional
semester schedule. Each quarter is 10 weeks long, allowing for intensive
learning at a fast pace. You'll work with your advisor to construct a program
that takes your major, your co-op cycle (if applicable), and your full- or
part-time status into consideration.
Drexel University is internationally renowned for its innovative, hands-on
approach to education. Our faculty are experienced educators, but they're
also active in their fields, bringing practical and current experience to the
– Drexel at BCC currently
offers ten majors ranging from Computer Science to Hospitality Management.
Plans of Study for BCC Students
you're transferring from Burlington County College, these plans
provide an overview of the courses you'll need to take.
Co-op Opportunities – Drexel's Co-op
program offers you the opportunity to get real-world experience in your field
of study before you graduate. Several Drexel at BCC majors offer co-op.
Advising – Academic advisors are available
to help with scheduling and registration.
Academic Resources – Academic
support, policies, and calendars for Drexel and Burlington County College
are listed here.
University Libraries – Drexel at BCC
students benefit from access to libraries of both Drexel and Burlington County